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Celsius Formula

Celsius scale is most preferably used  temperature scale as it has a melting point at 0° C and boiling point at 100° C. The Celsius temperature scale — originally centigrade and later renamed, for Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius — is used almost everywhere else in the world.

There are basically four conversions of temperatures

  • Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion
  • Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion
  • Celsius to Kelvin
  • Kelvin to Celsius

Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Formula

\[\LARGE F=C\times \frac{9}{5}+32\]

Where,
F – Fahrenheit
C – Celsius

Celsius to Kelvin Conversion Formula

\[\LARGE K = C+273\]

Where,
K – Kelvin
C – Celsius

Solved Examples

Question 1: Convert temperatures 30° Celsius to Fahrenheit.
Solution:

Given,

Celsius = 30°

Formula: $F=C\times \frac{9}{5}+32$

$F$ = 30°$\times$$\frac{9}{5}$+$32$

$F$ = 86° F

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